Clara Barton: born December 25th, 1821, died April 12th, 1912 : memorial addresses and funeral tributes, at the main funeral in Oxford, Massachusetts; at her home in Glen Echo, Maryland, before the departure for Oxford ; in the press of the nation
Percy Harold Epler
N.A. Pearson, 1912 - Social Science - 86 pages
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